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Image No: NA-4691-6

Title: John McKinley Cameron, lawyer, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1918

Remarks: Photograph from permit to leave Canada to visit USA for one week.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Lawyers

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Image No: NA-4691-1

Title: Street in Coleman, Alberta.

Date: 1922

Remarks: Miners' hospital on extreme left, Alberta Provincial Police office and Constable Steve Lawson's residence, left, centre.
Emilio Picariello and Florence Lassandro (or Filumena Losandro) were convicted of Constable Steve Lawson's murder.

Subject(s): Coleman, Alberta - Streets (Business) / Coleman, Alberta - Hospitals / Alberta Provincial Police - Barracks and quarters / Coleman, Alberta - Dwellings / Coleman, Alberta - Buildings

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Image No: NA-4691-2

Title: Alberta Provincial Police office and residence of Constable Steve Lawson, Coleman, Alberta.

Date: 1922

Remarks: Emilio Picariello and Florence Lassandro (or Filumena Losandro) were convicted of Constable Steve Lawson's murder.
This photograph was used in court case, see annotation in upper left corner, "Exhibit 4".

Subject(s): Coleman, Alberta - Buildings / Alberta Provincial Police - Barracks and quarters

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Image No: NA-4691-3

Title: Street in Coleman, Alberta.

Date: 1922

Remarks: Buildings, L-R: Eastern townships bank; ---?; ---?; Central school (rear); Miners' hospital; Alberta Provincial Police office and Constable Lawson's residence.
Emilio Picariello and Florence Lassandro (or Filumena Losandro) were convicted of Constable Steve Lawson's murder.

Subject(s): Coleman, Alberta - Streets (Business) / Coleman, Alberta - Hospitals / Alberta Provincial Police - Barracks and quarters / Coleman, Alberta - Dwellings / Coleman, Alberta - Buildings / Automobiles / Coleman, Alberta - Transportation

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Image No: NA-4691-4

Title: Street in Coleman, Alberta.

Date: 1922

Remarks: Buildings, L-R: Coleman Journal office (left side of street); United Church; Eastern townships bank; ---?; ---?; Miners' hospital; Alberta Provincial Police office and residence of Constable Steve Lawson.
Emilio Picariello and Florence Lassandro (or Filumena Losandro) were convicted of Constable Steve Lawson's murder.

Subject(s): Coleman, Alberta - Streets (Business) / Coleman, Alberta - Hospitals / Alberta Provincial Police - Barracks and quarters / Coleman, Alberta - Dwellings / Coleman, Alberta - Buildings / Coleman, Alberta - Commerce / Coleman, Alberta - Churches / Coleman, Alberta - Banks and banking

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Image No: NA-4691-5

Title: Automobile near location of gunning down of Constable Steve Lawson, Alberta Provincial Police officer, Coleman, Alberta.

Date: 1922

Remarks: Automobile, probably McLaughlin, known as a "Whiskey Six".
Emilio Picariello and Florence Lassandro (or Filumena Losandro) were convicted of Constable Steve Lawson's murder.

Subject(s): Coleman, Alberta - Transportation / Alberta Provincial Police - Barracks and quarters / Automobiles

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